Easy Solutions Labs today issued an advisory that it is seeing increased activity, aimed at conducting account takeovers, targeting specific banks in Colombia and Venezuela. Read more
|Unveiling our New Webcast….Building for Tomorrow: Creating a Flexible and Effective Multi-layer Approach Against the Fraud of Today and Tomorrow featuring Gartner Expert Avivah Litan|
|In this increasingly mobile, fast-paced world, organizations contend with ever-more sophisticated fraudsters across an array of channels. The bad guys always have the ‘first mover advantage’, since they’re designing the attacks. They’re likely to be younger, smarter, and more aggressive than ever. Knowing the emerging fraud trends to catch the bad guys in the act is only part of the fraud puzzle – there is in fact an entire life cycle to an electronic attack, each requiring a different fraud prevention practice and technique along the way. For example, the recent $45M heist is a great example of a compromise that involved vulnerabilities at every stage of an attack, across multiple transactional channels. This was a very well planned attack, where the perpetrators leveraged vulnerability in the Middle East for the setup and launch of the attack, but ultimately leveraged ATMs in New York and around the world to extract the cash. The ability to stop them at any stage along the way could have been a crucial difference.Often times we find companies spending significant time and resources on prevention strategies and tools that are incompatible, insufficiently address each part of the life cycle or, may miss the target all together depending on the organization’s business nature. This all can be daunting. We hear it all the time. You have to find a trusted partner to go to war with, because you can’t keep up with all of this by yourself.So, what are the biggest challenges customers face in protecting themselves from today's fraudsters? And how can they protect themselves against new threats while leveraging their legacy systems?
In our latest webcast, Building for Tomorrow: Creating a Flexible and Effective Multi-layer Approach Against the Fraud of Today and Tomorrow– Gartner Research Vice President and Distinguished Analyst Avivah Litan and Easy Solutions' CTO Daniel Ingevaldson – answer these questions and more. They will discuss the biggest challenges customers face in protecting themselves from today’s fraudsters. We invite you to learn how a multi-layer approach can help you secure all of your transactional environments from fraud, and more importantly, help you find the right solution for your fraud prevention needs.
Other key topics in the webcast include:
The webcast can be accessed by visiting http://www.easysol.net/newweb/Resources/webcast-featuring-Gartner
Half a Million Americans’ IDs and bank data stolen and sold online – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg
Last week, the Justice Department indicted a 24 year old Vietnamese man with 15 counts of wire fraud, identity fraud, access device fraud and conspiracy charges, for his part in stealing and helping to sell ‘fullz’ packages of IDs online for over 500,000 people. These ‘fullz’ packages include a person’s name, date of birth, social security number, bank account number and bank routing number, and payment card data. Read more
Large national savings and loan secures their online banking platform with Easy Solutions’ Total Fraud Protection
A large, national mutual savings and loan association, founded in 1971, is in the business of providing financial services to help families begin saving for large purchases. Today, the organization processes transactions for hundreds of thousands of clients. Read more
Good news for customers of Easy Solutions’ Detect Monitoring Service (DMS). Our team has been hard at work making a number of performance improvements as well as several new front-end enhancements to this important service. With this new upgrade, customers will be even better equipped to manage the entire lifecycle of phishing attacks via real-time monitoring and connections analysis. Read more